We need to make sure we’ve learned the lesson of lighting at the Zinc luxury apartment building by ensuring that its display stay off and that whatever ordinance is passed prevents such lighting anywhere in the city.
City Manager Richard C. Rossi is seeking a resident to fill a vacancy on the Cambridge Conservation Commission.
There will be a free, informational Question & Answer session on renovations and construction requirements for residents from 6 to 8 p.m. April 11 at the Inspectional Services Department, 831 Massachusetts Ave., Mid-Cambridge.
People interested in serving on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission are asked to send letters of interest, a résumé and list of applicable experience.
Beginning April 1, the city Department of Public Works starts monthly street sweeping and yard waste collection.
There will be a free Health & Human Services Job Fair from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 30 at the Central Square Library, 45 Pearl St., convenient to the MBTA red line stop or No. 1 bus.
Cambridge residents can now apply for or renew their dog’s license online. State law requires that all dogs over six months have a current license or face fines of $50.
A special state primary will be held April 12 for the office of state senator for Massachusetts’ First Suffolk & Middlesex Senate District, filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of state Sen. Anthony Petruccelli.
The city is joining in Earth Hour 2016, a worldwide grassroots movement sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund in which people in more than 7,000 cities turn off all nonessential lights for an hour to show they are committed to fighting climate change.
State law says all dogs and cats over the age of 6 months must be vaccinated against rabies; some veterinarians will vaccinate at an earlier age. The city is holding a rabies vaccination clinic for dogs from 9 to 11 a.m. April 2. A vaccination will cost $15.